Monday, April 19, 2010

Ready!/ My World

Waiting for summer fun

The weather has turned delightful and

canoes eagerly await their owners to paddle them up and down Ontario's many rivers and lakes,


And a few like this one have aleady been out!



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36 comments:

Patti said...

Ready for some spring and summer fun!

Cool series of shots.

Rose said...

I just love that last photo...it speaks to me.

see you there! said...

Looks like fun. I particularly like that last shot.

Darla

Kathy said...

The last canoe could use a little spring cleaning! But it does say authenticity!

Paulie said...

It's a great feeling when one sees these after a long winter!

Photo Cache said...

Wonderful waiting-for-summer images. Our temps were really fabulous over the weekend. It topped 82F on Sunday, but rain is expected tomorrow :(

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Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes!! I think we're all sooooo ready for spring and summer and fun! Love your photos as always! Love the water! Hope you have a wonderful week with lots of color and beauty!

Sylvia

Small City Scenes said...

I love a red canoe. gorgeous shots. Isn't it wonderful when the weather becomes nice and we can see beyond frozen fingers. Do you live on the water? MB

Tom said...

I should think it a perfect place to paddle away... I like the dry stone walling in the first shot.

George said...

I can think of very few things more relaxing than spending an afternoon in a canoe on a lake. I'm ready!

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful area more than worthy doing some outdoor activities on a sunny day!
God bless you!
Cezar

EG Wow said...

MB,
No. I don't live on the water but I would LOVE to!

Jacob said...

There is nothing like the lakes and rivers of the north country. These photos are so beautiful and so inviting!

We may go kayaking one of these days...

Canyou canoe?

amatamari© said...

Is truly a wonderful world!
:-)
Thanks for the magnificent series!

Carver said...

I know you are happy for spring to be arriving. The canoes look like a fun way to get out on the water.

Leora said...

I saw the red canoe, and I thought, yay, red canoes for Ruby Tuesday! But this isn't your Ruby Tuesday post. Well, it is for me - red canoes = fun.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

EG: I'm ready to hit the water but it should be above freezing in the mornings.

Martha Z said...

I would enjoy your world.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice series. It won't be long now!

Al said...

Beautiful shots. The one thing I miss where I live is the water, so I love seeing photos like these.

Wren said...

Ah, but have you been out?

J Bar said...

I'm ready to go. :)
Sydney - City and Suburbs

SandyCarlson said...

Bring on the fun!

Carolyn Ford said...

Oh...how you must miss the ice! HA! I love that last photo...something very special about that one...

nice A said...

You always share awesome photos. Love the ruby canoe most.

LDH said...

Another post full of beautiful photos! Always a joy to visit with you!

luna miranda said...

wonderful! i love the red canoe.

Ebie said...

I am ready too, with sun block, for a great canoe ride!

Your last photo is just a beauty!

Jedediah said...

The last photo is my favourite. I'm looking forward to some canoe tours this summer, too.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Great pictures -- I love that happily-used canoe! The whole post just makes me smile.

ladyfi said...

Just gorgeous - and very spring-like. Love the red of that last photo.

NatureFootstep said...

I was paddling first time yesterday. But in a kayak. Your photos are "hope".

Dimple said...

Ah, spring!

Thanks for visiting my macro puzzle, it is a detail of a gatepost in a fence. You got the railroad parts right, the post used to be a tie!
If you like, you can see the whole thing in today's post.

Craver Vii said...

Canoes are great! I just started learning the different strokes last year, and I wish I had known that sooner. EG, these pics make me wish I was there!!

Postcards from Wildwood said...

Lovely springtime shots! I particularly enjoyed the last one. Thanks for your comment on mine. It looks like your skies are not so dreary just now - and here too, it's been blue skies all the way - ever since I got back from London!!!
Janice.

Marites said...

love the first one and am sure a lot of people are looking forward to be out and about. have a good week! My world is here.

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